OTTAWA — There’s no disputing the fact that 2020 was a year like no other for the construction industry in Canada and across the globe. The industry was faced with many difficult decisions as the year progressed, from completely changing day-to-day site protocols, to wondering if their business will be able to withstand the grip of the pandemic. The following is a timeline encompassing events, announcements and steps the industry has taken in the fight against COVID-19 beginning in March 2020, from national efforts to those in Ontario.
2020 Year in Review Timeline: Construction fights back against COVID-19
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